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Air Guitar 
Aspenleaf Dihedral 
Black Pearl 
Blows Against the Empire 
Cornered, straight up variation 
Do or Do Not 
Double Cracks 
Easy Off 
Empire Strikes Back, The 
Faith, Hope and Charity 
Fickle Finger of Eight 
Forbidden Planet 
Home Free 
Jackson Browne (aka Fluid Power) 
Just Another Girl's Climb 
Let's Jet 
Narrow Gate, The 
No Visible Means of Support 
Off The Cuff 
Pretender, The 
Right Escape 
Sacred and the Profane, The 
Shield, The 
Star Track 
Trouble And Strife 
West Crack (aka Star Wars) 
Whiskey Gala 
Young, Blonde, and Easy 
Your Basic Lieback 


YDS: 5.8 French: 5b Ewbanks: 16 UIAA: VI- British: HVS 4c

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Consensus:  YDS: 5.8 French: 5b Ewbanks: 16 UIAA: VI- British: HVS 4c [details]
FA: C. Harrison, 1981
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Submitted By: Tony B on May 23, 2002
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Good sporty lead, but very short.

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Locate the route Trouble and Strife, which is difficult to find by following the description in the guidebooks, but is obvious once you are there and see it. From the base of the [Lower] Peanuts Wall, below Your Basic Lieback and Star Wars, amoung others, look uphill and to your right. You will see a small tower of rock with a sharp lightning-bolt fingercrack. going up, to the right, then up again, with the crack getting wider as you climb upwards.

Go up the trail just past this, around a corner to a North-facing wall on this same small buttress. Look up on this face. Climb this short wall to the top and continue on something more worthwhile, like Your Basic Lieback or Star Wars.

Or maybe don't. It's not really worth the hassle if you are not going to go upward from there.


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By Chris Zeller
From: Boulder, CO
May 6, 2008

This route falls somewhere between a highball boulder problem and a climb. The crux is down low but the pro is bad here. Above the horizontal crack it gets easier and the fall potential is less. Then its over.

The climbing is fun but overall its too short to be a climb.